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Problems (3 posts)

  1. cucocreative
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thanks for the plugin.

    I managed to remove "Price" and "Details" by editing the actual plugin files (not ideal), but now the drag and drop facility is no longer working. (I didn't require "details" and each package has multiple prices – surely it would make more sense not to include these by default as it's impossible to guess what everyone will be using the plugin for?)

    Plus the <li> only line up with one another when the text takes up one line, once it is over multiple lines the a feature and packages no longer line up.

    I also made one package "featured" but them was unable to undo this, so I had to delete the pricing table and start again.

    Also how do you rename a feature?

  2. bluebird2
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    "Detail" basically makes the layout messed up in most cases because if the details are more than one it pushes down all the other information.

    My suggestion: Get rid of "Details" and "Price". Allow people to make their own titles. Also I think the features and their information need to be aligned no matter how big the previous information in the table is.

  3. cucocreative
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Because of these, and I didn't have the time to find fix, I ended up purchasing "CSS3 Web Pricing Tables Grids For WordPress" from Codecanyon for $15. It is a more polished plugin although it doesn't just custom posts to manage the tables.

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